HC Deb 24 April 1907 vol 173 c64

I beg to ask the Chief Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland if he is aware that the Income-Tax Commissioners to hear appeals from assessments in North Antrim sit in Coleraine; if he is aware of the inconvenience it is to North Antrim residents to have to go to Coleraine; and whether he could arrange that a one-day sitting each year should be held in Ballymoney, the most central place for residents in North Antrim.


The special Commissioners state that they were not aware of any North Antrim appellants having hitherto found it inconvenient to attend the place of meeting selected as being nearest to their residences, but they will gladly bear in mind the suggestion that they should hold a one-day sitting at Ballymoney in addition to the sitting to be held at Coleraine.